Jeff B. Boisvert

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Geostatistical algorithms that consider multiple-point statistics are becoming increasingly popular. These methods allow for the reproduction of complicated features beyond the commonly implemented two-point statistic: the covariance or semivariogram. In practice, it is not possible to infer many multiple-point statistics directly from the available data;(More)
Fracture models of vein formation can produce realistic training images (TIs) for use in multiple-point geostatistics. Vein formation is modeled by applying flow simulation to a fracture model to mimic the flow of an ore-bearing fluid through fractured rock. TIs are generated by assuming that veins form in areas of high flow where there would be(More)
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